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Food For Feet Lyrics

From the CD "Order"

Parting The River, My Desire, Tremble, Order, Paradise, Smoke, Silent Night, Blind Date, Why Me, Nature Of Love

Parting The River
Written by Tovar & Avila

As I walk through the gates of openness,
I feel like the pain is lifted off of me,
Pounding my chest with delight,
The crowd is all around, we're gonna make it right.
Howling like wolves in the wind,
At the man who once said we would never win,
The sad turned to glad, wrong turned to right,
As we blow it all away, but silent.

Parting the river, parting the river wide,
Parting the river with hands of stone.

Thriving with hope and with dreams,
The sooner we speak, the faster we get there, it seems,
For the millions who fight for their lives,
Staring as one, into the bliding light,
Forward in time, quicken the pace,
Invisible dust against my face,
The rock turns to sand, sand turns to dust,
As we blow it all away, but silent.

Can't stand alone, can't see the light,
If you don't reach higher and higher.

As the morning clouds fade with the new day,
There's always another storm that will pass our way,
But I stop for just a moment to see,
What these sacraficed lives have meant to me.

Howling like wolves in the wind,
At the man who once said we would never win,
Sad turned to glad, wrong turned to right,
As we blow it all away, but silent.

Parting the river, parting the river wide,
Parting the river with hands of stone,
Stand alone, can't see the light,
If you don't reach higher and higher...

My Desire
Written by Tovar & Avila

To stand up tall on top the hill
It seems like that was always my desire
To fetch the pot of gold that I worked so hard to achieve
And then retire.
But passing through the years
That pot of gold has disapeared before my eyes
It melted in the sand and disapeared
As I looked up to the sky

Oh, oh that was always my desire, oh oh

To live happily ever after
That was always my desire
To drink the cup that runneth over
That was always my desire

Oh, oh that was always my desire, oh oh, look into my eyes.

My desire, I feel it in my heart
My desire, why deny me my desire?

To win the battle then the war
And march home with the fruit of victory
To feed the hungry children of the world
And then despose of all disease

Oh, oh that was always my desire.
Oh, oh look into my eyes